Report of Expert Group on transposition of Directive (EU)2019/1152 published
A new report by the Expert Group on the transposition of Directive on transparent and predictable working conditions has been published.
Commission document on EU involvement in the promotion of decent work published
A Staff Working Document providing an overview of EU involvement in the promotion of decent work worldwide has been published by the European Commission.
New study looks at the challenges faced by platform workers
The Commission has published today a study on working conditions of platform workers. The report, carried out by independent experts, provides an overview of the challenges individuals face in growing form of labour.
Commission encourages EU Member States to ratify the violence and harassment convention
The European Commission adopted a proposal for a Council Decision allowing Member States to take forward the process of ratifying at national level the Convention on the elimination of violence and harassment in the world of work.
Transparent and predictable working conditions: Commission welcomes provisional agreement
The European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council have reached a provisional agreement on the European Commission's proposal for a new directive to create more transparent and predictable working conditions, in particular for workers in non-standard forms of employment.
Commission proposes to improve transparency and predictability of working conditions
As part of the follow-up to the European Pillar of Social Rights, the European Commission has adopted a proposal for a new Directive for more transparent and predictable working conditions across the EU.
New European Platform tackles undeclared work
The European Commission joins forces with Member States and stakeholders in a further step to fight social dumping and to ensure fairness on the European labour market.
Fixed-Term Work: Commission refers Estonia to EU Court of Justice over successive fixed-term employment in the academic sector
The European Commission is referring Estonia to the EU Court of Justice over its national law which does not provide sufficient protection against abuse arising from the use of successive fixed-term employment contracts or relationships in the academic sector.
Working Time Directive survey: the clock is ticking to have your say!
Given the high rate of participation in the last days to the public consultation on the review of the Working Time Directive, we have decided to postpone its closure to 18 March 2015. We therefore invite you to have your say!